Author Archives | Paul Chislett

March 28 2014: Camilo Cahis on Venezuela

Listen to entire program here:   I spoke with Camilo Cahis to get an understanding of what is happening on the streets of Venezuela. He is a national spokesperson for Hands Off Venezuela in Canada. Cahis started off with a description of his work and research and we moved through how Venezuela  has changed because […]

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March 7, 2014: BDS referendum on University of Windsor campus with Independent Jewish Voices’ Tyler Levitan

Listen to entire program here: The president of the University of Windsor appears set to to do anything he can to derail the successful  BDS referendum on campus which binds the University of Windsor Student Alliance to divest from companies which are located on occupied Palestinian land. In the following audio segment I spoke with […]

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March 5 2014: Interference in BDS Referendum on University of Windsor Campus

By: Paul Chislett & Mireille Coral During student elections begun Feb 27th at the University of Windsor, a referendum was put to the undergraduate student body to support the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement. Having a campus wide referendum on BDS was a first for a Canadian university. The question passed 798 in favour […]

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Feb. 21 2014: Inside the Burden: Stories of Refugee Youth

Listen to entire program here: In this audio segment, Naomi Levitz describes the creative process in the production of the play, and Muna and Walabo describe their experiences as performers on stage and how important it is that the stories of refugees to Windsor be told: About the play: “Inside the Burden – Stories of […]

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Jan. 31, 2014: Minimum Wage with Michal Rozworski & Rockin Robbee

Listen to entire program here: Read Rozworski’s article: The political aspects of the minimum wage Political Eh-conomy: Left economic analysis from the Unceded Coast Salish Territories For the segment with Michal Rozworski on the minimum wage click here: *********************************** Pete Seeger’s passing means we all have to carry on with his work of justice and […]

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Oct 25, 2013: Mike Spencer and struggles on WSIB

Listen to entire program here: Ever been injured at work? Think if you are you’ll be looked after and made whole? Many injured workers in Ontario are living another reality after being injured and then entering the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board – WSIB – system. According to a website for Ontario injured workers, the […]

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Sept. 13 2013: Jeff Noonan and the CUPE 1393 strike at UWindsor; short piece on Sept. 9th Democracy Rally at city hall

Listen to entire program here: This was a pre-recorded program and I will not be crossing the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 1393 picket lines. I do understand that the union has given CJAM staff and programmers a pass to cross the lines; however, this is a stand I feel I must take because […]

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June 12, 2013: Save UWindsor’s Centre for Studies in Social Justice

Listen to entire program here: The sounds of justice: a lively community rally meant to keep the CSSJ open occurred June 3rd. Featuring Fran Cachon, Bonnie Drago, Dr Tanya Basok, Dr. Jeff Noonan, Kenneth McLeod and others. You can hear it here: By Paul Chislett: On Monday June 3 a fine and spirited assembly of […]

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March 29, 2013: Andrea Landry & Jode Kechego on Idle No More; Rockin Robbee on guitar

Listen to entire program here: On Thursday, March 28th an Idle No More teach-in was held in Moot Court in the law faculty at the University of Windsor. On Friday’s program I welcomed two of the panelists, Andrea Landry, First Nations activist and a key organizer of various Idle No More actions and an MA […]

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March 22, 2013: Rebroadcast of Rural Women Making Change; Ian Clough and I on the ex-Klinec work and labour issuesers

Listen to entire program here: Dr Kerry Preibisch was a researcher with the Rural Women Making Change  research project. Her research includes “international labour migration and global agro-food systems; gender, migration and development; and im/migrant communities in rural Canada.” She was on the phone from Guelph and described her research, the particular challenges for women […]

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